LAHORE- The outgoing French Ambassador in Pakistan Daniel JOUANNEAU called on Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa at the Governors House Lahore on Thursday. Various matters including Pak-French relations, current political situation as well as Pakistans role in the war against terror came under discussion during the meeting. Speaking on the occasion, the Punjab Governor urged that the international community must acknowledge Pakistans valiant role in the war against terror for achieving durable peace in the world. The Governor said that Islam teaches the message of love, peace and tolerance, stressing that terrorists neither belonged to any country nor religion. He said that democracy had taken roots in the country due to reconciliatory politics of the PPP government, adding that all institutions including the judiciary and media were free today. Acknowledging financial assistance from the international community, Governor commended the French government for its financial assistance to Pakistan during the war against terror as well as catastrophic floods last year, adding that the people of Pakistan were indebted to France for its support during the testing times. Punjab Governor also admired services rendered by the French Ambassador in promoting ties as well as strengthening relations between Pakistan and France. French Ambassador Daniel Jouanneau assured the Governor of his governments full support to Pakistan in enhancing trade, economic and cultural ties between the two countries. Meanwhile, Punjab Advocate General, Khawaja Haris called on Punjab governor and apprised him of various cases pending in courts pertaining to Punjab government.